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Walking Together Virtually
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  • Reading - library members are allowed up to 30 books at any one time!
  • Write your memoirs / family history / village history / poetry / a novel.
  • Organise your photos into albums or take the time to compile a book of photos for your family - with captions / dates / names etc. If you find any photos which show Bovingdon village life in days gone by put them to one side to show the local history group.
  • Knit / crochet / paint / draw / do home crafts and hobbies.
  • Sing and make music / learn an instrument.
  • Learn a new language.
  • Do jigsaws / puzzle books.
  • Phone someone, or try doing a video call.
  • Write an old-fashioned letter to tell someone you're thinking of them.
  • Get into the garden and keep on top of the weeding and watering.
  • Try speaking to God - and even spend a few minutes in quiet each day waiting for God to speak to you.
  • If you have a Bible, why not take it off the shelf, dust it down, and see what food for thought you might find there, what promises to give you hope? If you'd like a framework to help you read, I recommend Scripture Union's Word Alive bible reading notes which you can sign up to have emailed to you daily.
  • The BBC will be broadcasting a church service every Sunday morning - tune in to Radio 4 at 8.10 am to join 'virtual' worship. Or catch up afterwards on the Radio 4 website.
  • Search for a live-streamed (facebook/youtube), or pre-recorded Bible message and prayers on the website of a local Baptist church.
  • Follow Mary's resurrected blog 'Walking Together Literally' if you want to hear her daily musings and see pictures from her walks. 
  • If you have any more ideas to add to this list, please email Mary! 
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